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May 11, 2009
ATC Launch The New P1 Stereo 150 Watts Per Channel Power Amplifier



By Gary Reber


Developed and built in house, the new P1 dual mono power amplifier utilises ATC’s latest generic chassis, with a precision machine 12mm (1/2 inch) brushed aluminium front plate. The modular power circuitry, allows visual and performance compatibility throughout the ATC electronic product range.

The Class A/B design of the P1, utilising ATC’s unique “grounded source output stage” achieves a distortion figure better than -95dB (≤0.002%) and very high stability, allowing control of difficult impedance loads.  Both balanced XLR and phono inputs are provided along with amplifier linking facility for bi and tri-amp configurations. 

Backed by a 6 year warranty, each unit is hand built using dual mono circuits, and massive power supplies, making the new P1 an ideal partner to the latest ATC CA2 Pre-Amplifier.

All ATC products are designed and hand-built in England. The new P1 power amplifier continues the range of class leading electronics, with exceptional build quality and totally accurate reproduction, synonymous with all ATC products. 

Specifications
Power output        150 watts 8 ohms

/>             200 watts 4 ohms
Frequency response      2Hz-400kHz
Signal to noise        ≥ 110dB
Crosstalk        ≥ 100dB
Distortion        ≥0.002%(-95dB)
Balanced XLR and unbalanced Phono inputs.
Remote control
Amplifier link output
6 year warranty
Price US Dollars $3,700

For more information visit www.atc.gb.net





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